Peaceful election in Lalitpur (with photos)

Published On: May 14, 2017 03:21 PM NPT By: Deepak Kharel

LALITPUR, May 14: As the vote casting is underway in 34 districts of the country, the election has drawn the voters in Lalitpur district to the polling stations as well. Voters are queuing up in the line in various polling stations to cast their votes to choose their candidates for the local level.  

The district comprises of one metropolitan city, two municipalities and three rural municipalities. According to the election office of the district, 60 percent voter turn out has been registered in Lalitpur Metropolitan City.

Chief Election Officer, Bal Mukunda Dawadi, the voting is going peacefully in the metropolitan city. Unified RPP Nationalist chairperson Keshar Bahadur Bista, along with his family, casted his vote at Jawalakhel polling center.  

Likewise, according to the latest updates, in Konjyosom rural municipality, around 74% votes have been casted, according to the election officer Devi Prasad Yogi. Similarly, in Bagmati rural municipality, around 63% voters appeared to cast their vote, informed election officer Roshani Shrestha.

In Mahankal rural municipality, around 70% voters have voted till 3 pm, said the election officer Dhruba Kumar Dhakal. 98 years old Hari Prasad Bajara casted his vote from Bukhel-1 of the rural municipality.


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